A mammoth third quarter effort was not enough to overcome an early deficit.
Fort Vancouver cut Columbia Adventist’s 13-point halftime lead down to two in the third, when Trinity Stegall logged 12 of her 15 points.
“They got her the ball and she rebounded well,” Trappers coach Arlisa Hinton said of Stegall, who had a double-double with points and rebounds.
But Columbia Adventist pulled away in the end.
Fort starter Alba Martin-Lacasta left the game in the third quarter with a knee injury, which proved too tough to overcome.
Kailey Gonzalez pitched in 12 points for the Trappers, who scored the highest point total of the season.
COLUMBIA ADVENTIST 58, FORT VANCOUVER 41
COLUMBIA ADVENTIST — Unavailable.
FORT VANCOUVER — Carla Azamar 1, Corah Williams 3, Yuliana Valenci, Kailey Gonzalez 12, Marley Parra, Leticia Arceo 2, Alba Martin-Lacasta 6, Isis Villalobos, Lexani Garcia 2, Paulina Jiminez-Francisco, Trinity Stegall 15. Totals 18 (0) 5-13 .
Col. Advent. 12 15 11 20–58
Fort Vanc. 6 8 19 8–41